Josh Taylor

Josh Taylor was the first of the second batch of Brits to qualify for London 2012 after reaching the semi-finals of the European Olympic qualifying tournament in Trabzon, Turkey in April. Taylor reached the last four while Wales’ Joe Cordina and Engl...

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Khalid Yafai

Khalid Yafai made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He competed in the mens boxing Fly Weight (51kg) catagory and lost to Andris Affita Hernandes of Cuba in the round of 16. At the 2009 World Championships Yafai made it to the quarter...

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Lisa Whiteside

A four-time national champion, Whiteside had the best season of her career in 2014 when she claimed world flyweight silver in the 51kg category to add to her European Union gold in 2013, 55kg world bronze in 2012 and European Championship silver in 2011. &...

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Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell became the first Englishman to win European gold for 47 years in 2008 but missed the Beijing Games that year as Joe Murray had already qualified. He spent most of 2009 sidelined following surgery on a tendon in his hand but went 23 bouts unbe...

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Muhammad Ali

Muhammad goes into the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games (YOG) having picked up a silver medal at the AIBA Youth World Championships in Sofia this April. The victory over American boxer Shakur Stevenson sealed the 17-year-old’s spot for Nanjing 2014 and ca...

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Natasha Jonas

Natasha Jonas had the honour of becoming the first British female boxer in history to qualify for the Olympics after she reached the semi-finals of the 2012 World Championships. Liverpool FC supporter Jonas had to see off tough competition from fellow Brit...

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Nicola Adams

Adams is Britain’s most successful ever female boxer and a history maker. At London 2012 she became the first ever woman to win Olympic boxing gold when she took victory in the flyweight class, before becoming the first female Commonwealth champion la...

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Peter McGrail

Peter sealed his place at Nanjing 2014 by winning a bronze medal at the AIBA Youth World Championships in Sofia last month.  The 18-year-old from Liverpool was part of a successful British team who returned from Bulgaria with two medals and having had...

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Tom Stalker

Tom Stalker, captained the Team GB boxing squad and was the first British boxer to qualify for London 2012; reaching the 2011 World Championships quarter-finals in Baku, before winning bronze. In October last year Stalker reached No.1 in the AIBA world ran...

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